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a vessel in the sacramento river and also struck a duck at the stockton port and was ordered to undergo more training and was reportedly involved in another grounding in 2010. he lost his mariner's license for a few months in 2010 because of an undisclosed medical condition. there are many unanswered questions about the conditions the bar pilot was working under when the mishap happened. but obtaining information from the bar pilots association isn't easy. >> reporter: we've learned captain guy kleess had 30 hours off duty before the ship hit the bay bridge. they work under unquestioned stress, fog, tides, huge ships with small margins for error. but the bar pilot association refuses to release logs of working hours and time off. >> what it that they have to hide? i think they got it pretty good. >> reporter: mike jacob of the shipping association says the 55 men and one woman who guides ships in and out of the bay are certainly skilled. big ships must hire them and bar pilots are indemnified for liability from mistakes. they all take their own navigation device on board. >> which is an
. in 2009, the kasten briefly ran aground in the sacramento river. two days later, he hit a bar line. the committee found there was pilot error involved in the accident case. we're expecting more information later on from the card guard. live on treasure island, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alex. >>> we have more on our website including raw video of the coast guard news briefing on the hot topic section of ktvu.com. >>> 7:03. new this morning, police in antioch investigating an overnight robbery. brian flores live at a shell station in antioch to tell us what the police are searching for and how one of the employees was hurt. >> reporter: good morning. we're learning more details about this early-morning robbery attempt that happened here at this shell station off lone parkway in antioch. this morning, police responded to the robbery attempt at 2:30 this morning. what you should be seeing is video that was shot moments after the robbery attempt. that was the clerk that was victimized. he was beat up earlier this morning. we just gotta oning with him -- got throug
owe as devices in december. >> coming up on kron 4 morning news. sacramento is making a final push to keep the nba team in town. we will hear from their marriage next. we're also watching bay area weather for the weekend. erica is standing by with your forecast. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have the wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪ [ female announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for six months. at&t. >> movie buffs have a new option, plus a way to get photos from your phone to your tv with no extra equipment. rich demuro explains from at&t universal studio. >> going took the video store seems so archaic. these days when we want to watch it will be we just fire up the tv screen and make a selection perry ed >> we used to buy idb these but there is no
are the consequences of allowing our spending problem to go unresolved." >>> state lawmakers in sacramento are closely watching this debate in washington. the concern is that if congress doesn't act on the debt ceiling, the national economy could dip and that would likely have a negative effect on california's budget numbers. push >> the biggest risk to our forecast or the analysts' forecasts could come next month and that's from washington, d.c. >> the 2013 budget release by governor brown showed a surplus for the first time in many years and that was thanks to new tax revenue from proposition 30 as well as spending cuts. >>> oakland police investigating a shooting that seriously injured one man. it happened about 8:00 last night on crest avenue. neighbors say they heard about 30 rounds from what sounded likes an automatic assault rifle. the victim ran. he was taken to the hospital in critical but stable condition. so far no arrests have been made. >>> well, oakland's police chief and the mayor, they are working now to stop the surge in violence. 11 people were wounded in shootings over the weekend,
and sacramento making a final push a will hear from the mayor and just a moment. jwwñ b40 4:00 a.m. >> and that school officials are warning parents to keep an eye on their kids after man tried to lure at the parade boy into his car. on your screen is a description of the man then the head of the cap kidnapping happened outside sutter elementary school yesterday. vice-president joe biden is hitting the road today to promote gun control. is visiting richmond va with other obama administration and fed officials in virginia senator tim kaine. the vice president will hold a roundtable discussion with experts to work on gun safety after the 2007 shooting at virginia tech. >> it is really hard to tell how foggy it is because of our camera shots beat when the sun tries to come out. it we will see plenty of grace guides and issues with visibility. just above a mile over in fairfield and half of the elf mile for livermore and concord. into the afternoon the fog will start to lift and we will be left with cloudy skies and temperatures similar to yesterday's. 53 in san francisco, 54 and oak
or on the controls when the vessel hit the bridge. >> stores were falling this morning the sacramento county coroner's office could conduct an autopsy on a 19 year-old petaluma woman found dead last week in south tahoe. >> authorities say alyssa bryne might have been this oriented when she de and left the snows globe musical festival. >> her body was found behind a snowbank of pioneer trail on friday. after her family >> authorities did not suspect foul play. the autopsy will likely determine if alcohol or drugs were in a system. >> we will be back with more on the weather honey, don't use your sleeve. vo: for cold and flu season, there's clorox bleach. >> back to the kron 4 morning news. we're waiting for a big announcement in new york city regarding google . in its 730 our time. the newark city mayor michael bloomberg. the rumors started circulating that--a speech on hundred times faster than traditional internet service. it does the case " of fiber in new york city. >> virgin atlantic has been an american airlines executive that as its new ceo, as it looks toward a partnership with delta to
. the hearings will happen tuesday morning at the capital in sacramento. >>> former republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan down played the question that he would be running for president. >> i have a job to do, i represent wisconsin. >> reporter: ryan said he's focusing on his work in congress. >> he is especially concerned about upcoming cuts known as sequester cuts that would slash the budget. >>> within the past hour, a bipartisan group of senators has announced that an agreement has been reached on the principals to overhaul the nation's immigration reform. an estimated 11,000 people are in the country illegally. >>> the nation of brazil is in mourning after a fire broke through a club. the club was at twice its maximum capacity at the time of that fire. >> reporter: amidst billowing smoke, firefighters work to control a fire. the regional coordinator of civil defense says the blaze started after 2:00 a.m. after the acoustic insulation caught fire in the kiss nightclub in the southern brazil townover santa maria. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> i would like t
play. >> the sacramento county coroner's office will conduct an autopsy. it is likely to determine if alcohol or drugs were in the petaluma teens system. >> a federal court is polos of brought against the los angeles police department by a man wrongly accused of viciously beating a giants fan outside of dodger stadium. >> d a body ramirez sue the department and its chief saying, is right to due process or violated when he was arrested. but never charged in the near fatal beating of a giants fan. >> please consider him a suspect for months even though his lawyers said, he had never been to the ballpark. >> to amend or later arrested for the 2011 beating. >> the victim suffered brain damage and is permanently disabled. >> one person was shot and killed and is oakland making the city's first homicide of the year. >> it happen near the corner of 73rd avenue and hamilton street shortly before 1:00 p.m. after known. >> police say shots were fired at three polpeople in a car. >> one person was hit by gunfire and died at the scene. no suspect are in custody. >> three new oakland city counc
are really jumping. you will see the biggest hottest market is phoenix. of 22%. also, sacramento and san jose of more than 10%. riverside county. detroit up more than 6%. you will see, you know, some bottoming out of during an atlanta and chicago. cincinnati and milwaukee, they are waiting until next year for home prices to bottom out. i know that the viewers are always wondered what is going on in my area. the federal reserve really relies on this. they are also saying that the housing bottom occurred in the fourth quarter of 2011. when you think about it, we still have the 10.7 billion target is underwater. the house prices are worth less than the mortgage. that is a problem. housing is on the bed and maybe a housing bubble. it looks like we are in recovery. watch out and expect moderate growth. what they are talking about is we hit a trough and we are bouncing up. expect 3% growth. that is the news. connell: that is good. well done. dagen: thank you. elizabeth macdonald. we just got earlier this morning existing home sales. they were down slightly in december. down about 1%. that is still
as seemingly simple as his bill. what does it say to you about policies, about sacramento, about lawmakers when a no-brainer bill can't get out of committee? >> unfortunately, red tape and bureaucracy exists, and sometimes that overwrites something that makes such sense. >> reporter: critics believe the senate public safety committee misuses rocca. members could have voted on this issue but chose not to. but according to a spokeswoman, the committee's republican vice chairman, senator joel anderson, wants to get rid of rocca so that all bills get voted on. >> there might have been in the past -- there might have been a good excuse for the rocca file in the past, but it was abused. it's basically now being used as political cover. so that members of the committee don't have to take tough votes. >> reporter: we went to the office of the committee chairwoman, democrat lonnie hancock. hi there. who took time to try to explain that it's not as simple as it looks. it looks like the legislature, the committee, just chose not to act to protect women. is that what's happening here? >> no. we are walking
recovery. >>> in california, a big new year's eve fireworks show in sacramento was called off at the last minute because of a deadly shooting. two people were killed and three others injured in a gunfight outside a restaurant and police decided to call off the nearby celebration that was expected to draw 40,000 people. >>> but here in new york city, the big apple, things were peaceful as more than a million people packed times square for the biggest new year's eve celebration of all. with party hats, 2013 glasses and a blizzard of confetti, the crowd counted down the end of 2012 as the famous crystal ball dropped at midnight but after waiting for hours the partyers seemed to be gone in just minutes leaving city workers to clean up and clear the streets of one ton of confetti. one ton of confetti. many of the scraps of paper carried hopes and wishes people had written down for the new year. >>> dozens of same-sex couples in maryland rang in the new year by walking down the aisle. at midnight gay marriage became legal in the state after voters approved it last november. gay marriage is now
on the way. >>> two more arrests in the deadly bar shooting in sacramento on new year's eve what a husband and wife are accused of doing that may have led up to the deadly violence. >>> and how super storm sandy could affect victims. >>> you're watching more thans on 2 [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. >>> this couple was arrested yesterday on charged with assault with a deadly weapon. montoya is in custody and accused of firing the deadly shots. two people killed and three others hurt as thousands of people gathered to celebrate new year's eve. >>> a late night snow me believe advent
has "upset or insulted." california state senator joins us from sacramento now. it seems like he would want to think about where he is living, right? >> well, it is really sad to think that somebody who has spent their whole life in california, who is raising their life in california, being forced to make a decision because he is told that government will take over 60% of its income. is that fair for any californian to be faced with a decision like that? melissa: he also flirted with the idea of being part of a group that would bite into the padres. he is a hometown hero. somebody who means a lot to southern california. are you worried about your state in light of things like prosperity? >> we continue to see people leaving the state of california and there are better ways to raise revenue. one is by broadening our tax base by encouraging businesses to come to the state of california and expand here. that will solve our problems of increasing revenue. melissa: you talk about that the way you would encourage businesses to come would be to lower their tax rate. so, you know, it is quite
% or 15%. >> we have a caller in sacramento, california. caller: hello. my problem is that i start going to school in 1985. i had some hardship. at the time in 1981 when i took out a loan, i owed $3000. now i/o $8,000. -- now i owe $8,000. i have not been able to pay the loan back. recently i pay that loan for a whole year. i got it out of default and went back to school. one of my kids got sick, gravely ill. i had to step out of school and the loan went back into default. host: that is an example of someone who could not use the bankruptcy option you talked about. guest: it sounds like she has been trying to repay it and has been able to do it at some times. it does seem like you are a good candidate and in some cases there are better options for people who might need some help i need to defer their loan or look into some of the federal repayment plans that might be more lower the monthly payment significantly. host: the conversation that you are part of the propublica discussion back in november showed that president of -- the chief enrollment officer at new york university. enrollment
and 2012. fans in sacramento had the chance to see the trophies up close and take pictures. the trophies weren't unveiled until 2:00 this afternoon. but the first person arrived at 8:00 in the morning. she told us why it pleasant to her. >> i am here to represent for my father, grandfather. i was raised in san francisco. went to the games back in candle stick with willie mays. and i missed the trophies around the first time but i'm here to represent today. >> that she did. >>> a by area home isn't just an eyesore. they say it's also a hell hazard. the legal fight being raised to get rid of these piles of junk even dead animals. >>> the city in the south bay that thinks a trend could be big for businesses and diners.
their perspective. this issue is not about abrogating sacramento and our rights. -- second amendment rights. it is about reasonable limits on those rights. -- one area that has been deemed reasonable is the requirement for background checks. what many of us are saying is what already has been deemed reasonable should be a reasonable requirement when guns are sold regardless of how or where they are sold. i hope we can reach a bipartisan agreement on the reasonable limits requiring background checks when guns are sold. captain kelly, i do appreciate you started your testimony today by saying there is no perfect solution. there are all kinds of antecedents -- environmental issues and community issues that lead to gun violence but i believe we should do that which is reasonable because nothing is perfect. i believe one of the areas of focus for your organization, americans for responsible solutions, is the mental health part of what we should be addressing. do you have any key suggestions that congress can take to help address the mental illness problem? >> first of all, compelling states to s
in sacramento, california. democratic caller. inic cole in sacramento, california. democratic caller. caller: the fiscal cliff, is anything you guys would consider going back in and revising? guest: will members of congress have another shot at that the execute host? guestpresident obama has said he wants more revenue. he is not done asking for more tax revenue. he has told liberal democrats, remember, our deficit is quite high. president obama did promise in 2009 to cut the deficit in half by 2013. that did not happen. social security, medicare is on the table. he has never said absolutely nothing is off the table. he is going to be forced by credit rating agencies, possibly the stock market -- he wants to cut the deficit, but we have not seen a lot of specifics the absolute will say, this must be in the deal. a lot of republicans say, he is asking us to put something on the table so we can attack it. host: steve in new orleans, republican caller. caller: i am calling because i would like to know -- my party went down. it has been shooting itself in the foot. i find that the cleaner and the
of sacramento. when it tbriefly ran aground. no damage and no pilot error found but he was ordered to take more practice courses. two days later, he was also piloting the san joquani waterway. he was also ordered to take more practice courses. and there was a trainee being trained with a tug boat that made contact with the bottom of the channel causing minor damage. pilot error was found but no action was recommended. >> the zero classified as a reminder. these are all- classified as -- minor. >> i would say that it is easy to make contact with the bottom. very narrow transit. >> while there will not comment they say that new regulations are on the works. >> the increased toxicology and the agility testing for pilots. >> these grew out of the studies and they're hopeful of these regulations will actually be re-enacted some time this year. dan kerman, kron 4. >> pam: stay with kron 4 as we continue to follow developments. update on the website. and our facebook and twitter pages. the move for the second sta to aid the excavations and lyndo near lon t found out, the people that and nearby are not
information. >> her body was taken to sacramento for an autopsy. if they stated that it should be performed this weekend. >> friends and family of alyssa byrne are mourning her loss. despite the cold weather last night. hundreds of them gathered for a candlelight vigil at the high school she graduated from. her friends said that they are having a tough time coming to terms that she is dead. if they said that she was very popular and she was nice to everyone that she met. >> a pair of fund raisers this weekend to benefit her family. to get some more news faster, we will turn to mike pelton. >> the fund-raiser begins in about an hour. complete strangers and family members will pack in this restaurant to help raise money. this is one of the to fund raisers in our schedules in petaluma. this one runs from 9 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.. 10 percent of their sales will go to the family. tomorrow there also have a another one. over the past few days we have seen a large pouring out towards the family. this is another opportunity for people to come and share stories. this is also a way to help of finely finan
. >> now, you alluded to this in terms of looking down the road but the "sacramento bee" quoted one expert who said it is too soon to draw any conclusions and that budget estimates, estimates are often wildly off. so is there truth to that? could this actually when playing out not look as good down the road? >> of course it could. and i read that quote, my first thought was that's a critique you could level at any budget at any state or any federal government or any country. basically, these budget agreements are agreements that a legislature makes at a point in time. next year's leng slach could come back and change that. i think the case of california you have to look at two things. one is that some of these revenues come from -- a non-trivial amount of theechblz v revenues come from the folks at the very high end of the income scale. if they stop going as well that's could be a constraint. and of course the spending cuts have to hold. we have a legislature there that's 2/3 democrat. they've already been making some noise about taking back some of those cuts. so it's definitely worth wat
. it is about 10% or 15%. >> we have a caller in sacramento, california. caller: hello. my problem is that i start going to school in 1985. i had some hardship. at the time in 1981 when i took out a loan, i owed $3000. now i owe $8,000. i have not been able to pay the loan back. recently i pay that loan for a whole year. i got it out of default and went back to school. one of my kids got sick, gravely ill. i had to step out of school and the loan went back into default. host: that is an example of someone who could not use the bankruptcy option you talked about. guest: it sounds like she has been trying to repay it and has been able to do it at some times. it does seem like you are a good candidate and in some cases there are better options for people who might need some help need to defer their loan or look into some of the federal repayment plans that might be more lower the monthly payment significantly. host: the conversation that you are part of the propublica discussion back in november showed president enrollment officer at new york university. enrollment advisor, i should say, in par
for the sacramento, san joaquin river delta. . a smaller tunnel would actually result in more water for cities and farms. they also say it would with better for the environment and it would cost the state less. >>> a live look from our roof cam this morning. just a gorgeous looking day outside stepping out maybe not feeling as good. still, freezing in some areas. but temperatures now slowly turning around and for the afternoon we'll be below average. 36-degrees in napa. 34 in fairfield. these areas starting out at freezing so now a tiny bump there. still cold. 41 in novato. mid 40s around the bay. san francisco reporting mid 40s as well as oakland. 31 defrees in calistoga. into the east bay temperatures chilly this morning in walnut creek 35 for you. 38-degrees in san ramon. the winds generally light right now. i do expect they will pick up in the afternoon where they are already gusty along the coastline this morning. half-moon bay reporting winds about 25 miles an hour. and even though half-moon bay reads 48 degrees it feels more like 40 degrees. a bit of a brisk start in most  locations. i
from sacramento, california. this is about 25 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. [applause] thank you. thank you fellow constitutional officers, and all my friends gathered here this morning. the message this year is clear -- california has once again confounded our critics. we have wrought in just two years a solid and enduring budget. and, by god, we will persevere and keep it that way for years to come. [applause] let's not appluad toaud too muc. this is my longest speech. [laughter] against those who take pleasure, singing of our demise, california did the impossible. you, the california legislature, did it. you cast difficult votes to cut billions from the state budget. you curbed prison spending through an historic realignment and you reformed and reduced the state's long term pension liabilities. then, the citizens of california, using their inherent political power under the constitution, finished the task. they embraced the new taxes of proposition 30 by a healthy margin of 55% to 44%. [applause] members of the legislature, i salute you for your courage, for wholeheartedly th
is sure to be controversial in cities such as sacramento and san francisco where voters have already passed an ordinance against sitting or lying on sidewalks. >>> christina loren is tracking the friday forecast for us. >> good morning to you, marla, good morning to you at home. highs in the 60s. 62 in livermore, 62 in gilroy. as we get into your weekend overnight saturday to sunday we should clear out by sunday afternoon. >>> back now with more of "today" on this friday morning, the 4th day of january, 2013. a crisp, sunny day here in midtown manhattan. nice to spend it outside on the plaza on a friday. inside studio 1a i'm willie geist along with al roker and kit hoover from access hollywood. >> everything is backwards, like i'm sitting here with y'all. >> you don't want to go back to billy, do you? >> i'm not going anywhere. >> you're going to host with me. >> doing a little give and take. >> yeah. >> what else is coming up this half hour? >>> new year's resolutions, getting on budget or getting in shape. it could cost more than you think. we have some reasonable solutions. >>> no
understand their perspective. this issue is not about abrogating sacramento and our rights. it is about reasonable limits on those rights. -- one area that has been deemed reasonable is the requirement for background checks. what many of us are saying is what already has been deemed reasonable should be a reasonable requirement when guns are sold regardless of how or where they are sold. i hope we can reach a bipartisan agreement on the reasonable limits requiring background checks when guns are sold. captain kelly, i do appreciate you started your testimony today by saying there is no perfect solution. there are all kinds of antecedents -- environmental issues and community issues that lead to gun violence but i believe we should do that which is reasonable because nothing is perfect. i believe one of the areas of focus for your organization, americans for responsible solutions, is the mental health part of what we should be addressing. do you have any key suggestions that congress can take to help address the mental illness problem? >> first of all, compelling states to share with the
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